We're using the Stash backup client for a daily backup, this is copied off the server as part of our disaster recovery plan.
The other side of the plan is that we'd like to schedule a restore of the most recent backup and verify it's a 'good' restore. We're doing this on a test server.
Any opinions on how far to go here? If we manage to restore using the backup client is that proof enough? Should we clone repositories and run `git fsck` or similar?
I'll need to do the same for Jira/Confluence, I think I'll open a different question for those!
FYI We're running Stash on a Linux server using MySql.
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